If you are interested in PrEP, you’ll want to find a provider who is both knowledgable about PrEP and supportive of your decision. If you have a regular healthcare provider, you can start there. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention offers a brochure with questions to ask your doctor about PrEP. If you don’t have a healthcare provider, you can check the map below for PrEP-friendly providers in your area, check your insurance plan’s provider directory, or check with your local or state health department.
Can’t find what you need on the map? Check PrEPlocator.org to see if there are additional providers in your area.
Project Inform also offers an excellent resource to help you navigate the process of finding a provider, getting a prescription, and covering the cost of PrEP, including information on prescription assistance programs.